1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 23, 2012 7:20 AM by TradeWind

    Premiere CS6 Audio Question


      I currently have Premiere CS5 and one of my biggest pet peeves is dropping and modifying audio transitions. From my Final Cut Pro days I could easily link multiple audio tracks, and when adding or modifying a transition to one it did it to the rest of the linked tracks. I can't do that in CS5, and have to manually add transitions and change their duration separately. This really adds a lot of time to my workflow. Does anyone know if this has been resolved in CS6?

        • 1. Re: Premiere CS6 Audio Question
          TradeWind Level 3

          Don't know, probably almost no one does, but the main reason that FCP used to let you do that is because FCP required you to break out your channels in the first place. Adobe doesn't require that (in fact,  you can combine them to keep things simple).


          You can double click transitions in CS6 but making adjustments is on a per-transition basis.